• Leol – Time

    In some ways, there’s an argument to be made that Leol is trying to occupy two worlds at once in the new single “Time,” which...

  • Elizabeth Sombart – Singing The Nocturnes

    Throughout her impressive career, pianist Elizabeth Sombart has made it clear that she’s quite the authority on classical piano theory, especially with regards to the...

  • Vikki SOTA – Genesis

    If you’ve been hearing about Vikki Sota lately, you’re not alone. The rapper’s last single “Run up my Bands” got a lot of critics talking...

  • Winchester Revival – Reborn, Reformed, Revived

    Brisbane, Australia’s Winchester Revival’s “Reborn, Reformed, Revived” is the latest blast of unadulterated rock and roll from this rough ‘n’ ready four piece. The tight...

  • Barry Muir – Weathered the Storm

    The first word that comes to mind when breaking down the hook in Barry Muir’s new single “Weathered the Storm” is bittersweet, because while the...

  • Chris Zurich – You’re My Crutch

    Chris Zurich’s “You’re My Crutch” is an outstanding example of what a light touch in songwriting accomplishes. Zurich never belabors his melodic ideas, instrumental passages,...

  • Corey Stapleton – The Pen

    Accenting the gilded vocal harmonies with an electric edge that is strangely as pastoral as the acoustic parts are, James Mitchell’s fretwork in the new...

  • BD Gottfried – Onion Doves

    Concept albums are almost everywhere at the moment, from pop to hip-hop and back to rock n’ roll, and while I think it can be...

  • Makar – Zombies Have Rights Too

    “Zombies Have Rights Too” is the new single from Makar. From the new album, Fancy Hercules, due to land Friday, November 19, the New York indie-rockers...

  • Kevin Durr – Sanctuary

    Kevin Durr has hit his songwriting stride in the fantastic new collection, Sanctuary. Consistent and melodious in nature, Durr can also plug-in the amp and really...